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es were brought up for the murder, did not answer to their names when called, and it was stated in Court that the most material of them had made their way to Baltimore, and were beyond the reach of the process of the Court. The Mayor said he had heard enough of Cregar's action to justify him in refusing ball — The case was continued for ten days. Edward Boasman, a free negro, caught by the watch without a certificate, was committed to jail. Caroline, slave of John Amos, of Montgomery county, Va., was arrested for rosining about the streets in male attire and stealing a coat from Dr. Lynch. She was brought into Court in the toggery in which she fell into the hands of the watch. It was stated that she had absented herself from her master about six months ago, prior to which time she had often exhibited the symptoms of a crazy mind. She was sent to jail to be called for. Emma, slave of Jno. Wheeler, was tried for stealing two coats, worth $50, from John Cross, and acqui